bus•y•wrist [biz-ee-rist]




1. the joint(s) connecting the hand with the forearm, adorned with bracelets of different colors, sizes and styles. typically, adorning begins at base of the hand

and works upward toward the elbow.


2. a bracelet bought from busywrist.com


"I'm only wearing twelve bracelets today, is my busywrist busy enough?"

"Hey! I love your gold wrap bracelet, it must be a busywrist."



*NOTE: not to be confused with Busy Wrist, Busywrist, or busy-wrists.





busywrist founder Megan Koranda started her accessories company in

2011 after graduating art school at Columbia College Chicago. Eager to

start her own business, she decided to combine her passion for jewelry design + graphic design; thus busywrist inc. was born.


The idea behind busywrist is to express yourself and your style by mixing, matching and stacking your wrists with as many bracelets as you please. There are no rules. Mix materials, colors, and styles. Wear one (not recommended) or wear one hundred (highly recommended). 










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Headquartered in Chicago, IL

All warranties, statutory, express, implied or otherwise are hereby excluded.  We will not be responsible for any damages associated with the use or misuse of any of the products.  Not to be used or worn by children under the age of 10. If you are sensitive to any of the materials that may be incorporated into the products, consult your doctor or other medical professional before wearing.

© 2015 busywrist inc.